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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

WEDDINGS RliW L. C. PARKIN TO MISS D. A. W. PIPER. The marriage of the Rev. Leslie C. Parkin, M.A., eldest son of Mr. Arthur G. Parkin, of "Walburg," K.ihvyn, and Miss Dorothy Agnes Wedgwood Piper, only daughter oi Mr. Walter G. Piper, of Belgrave, was celebrated at the Congregational Church, Kew, on 19th March. The Rev. Alfred Jones, assisted by Ihe Rev. Meredith Davies, performed the cere niony. The pretty church decorations were dono bv the bridesmaids, and suitable music was played by the organist, Miss A. Bowley. The bride, who was given away by her father, was gowned in white crr;pe de chine over silk, trimmed with old lace rid pearl embroidery. A beautiful Limerick lace veil was also worn. The bride was attended by Miss T^0i iCemp, Miss Daisv Parkin (sister of the bride irroi.ni), JMisrcs Rita and Irene Shaw, the Misses Inn and Helen Marshall, Miss NancyTaverner, Miss C.:<;ile Ogle, Miss Dorothy Lloyd. They were frocked in f-oft white voile, daintily trimmed with l...

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MOTOR NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

MOTOR NOTES SEE ALSO PAGE 589.) Mr. A. Burrell, managing director of Messrs. A. Burrell and Co. Pty. Ltd.. has just concluded a tour of 3000 miles through Victoria. Mr. Burrell Dassc'd through the Wimmera and the Mallee, Gipps land, and other parts of the. country, rue uuncn Co, represent the Oakland car, which is steadily paining' ground here. I felt an especial interest in Oakland ears some time bank, r.nd when I learnt that my friend Mr. Burrell .had secured the agency I congratulated him upon his choice. It is in many ways a splendid car for our roads, and at moderate p'.'icc. and, so completely fitted, cannot fail to take its place in the line of popularity. The British Imperial Oil Co. last week presented Mr. -Alec Jewell with a handsome cold watch ne.n danl in the shape of a motor wheel, the hub of which is a largo diamond. On ore side is the in scription—"To Alec Jewell from the B.I.O. Co.," •.nn-i- on. the other, "Melbourne to Svdney, 3914, Winner J'etrol Consumption Test."...

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THE WHISPERING GALLERY. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

THE WHISPERING GALLERY. Slowly do Federal and State schemes of vast interest unroll themselves. Labour is trying to put the Liberals on the defensive. Disraeli said he always had his opponents done when he WORSHIP WHERE WORSHIP IS DUE. (Mr. Hnyle, a Minister in Mr. Holman's Government. N.R.W., says no mail should pass Parliament House; without taking of! his hat.) "Yes, O People. Your attitude towards Parliament should be one of grovelling adoration. Bat only while Labour is on top." got them explaining. Holm.in won last year by forcing Wade to explain and defend. Few coups can be repeated ; hut Honourable Andrew is now busy spreading ideas that Liberals are black labourites and anti-nuvyites. So far Mr. Cook declines to be stung. His policy is to leave unnoticed such insinuations, and pile up charges founded on Labour's past. Here, again, is shown the dominating influence in the Cabi net—the influence that forced the double disso lution policy on the party, and that pushes it forwa...

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MUSIC. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

By, "Orfeo." Mr. Gregor Wood, a talented and popular tenor of this city, and his wile, also a leading soprano, gave a song recital in tin, Chapter House, . St. Paul's, on Wednesday* 35th March, in the presence of a large and enthusiastic audi ence. Both are leading soloists in our city, as well as leading and successful t&acliers. Thus they do m!uch benefit by giving successful exhi bitions of jbheir exceptional capabilities to the general public. On this .occasion they presented a number of songs quite new to concert-goers. This included a bracket of four duets by Dvorak, which were sung with del ghtful unani mity of feeling. Jean Sibelius, F. Delius and G. Bantock supplied Madame's first solo effort, and were sung with great feeling and vocal ex cellence. The Delius • song was a beautiful melodic concept ("In the Seraglio Garden"). A series of four songs by a popular successful song"-writer (R. Walthew) were so well sung ,by Mr. Wbod that they gained much even upon their a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

THE WORLD'S MOST EFFICIENT ©AR^^sssl POWERFUL I FAST 8 SUPERB ! The 1ENZ MOTOR AGENCY, 1®5-1®5 E\feiMtiM SI. ■ -*'» vJ -rsmiemm s"^"":vsj«s.".,~ vtt " ,::.1," ": -; :- - ^g1. ■.'.1 1 v ." ^ '..ft. t~. .... ... .> .: .l ^— j THE BMTDSH ¥A1 OFFICE PURCHASES CARS IN ADDITION TO THOSE ALREADY IN USE. A LETTER WHBGH SPEAKS FOR BTSELF. [copy] 14th j an nary, 1914. • • • Messrs. J AS. A. MUNRO & CO., Elizabeth, Therry and Queen Streets, ■ Melbourne, Australia. . : • Dear Sirs, - • . It will be within your recollection that just a year ago we obtained an order from the War Office for Six 20/25 h.p. Orossley Chassis for use in connection with the Government Aeroplane Corps. Since that time we received an order for additional cars for the Admirality Flying Schools, and we now have much pleasure in telling you that on Saturday last, the 10th inst., we received an order from the War Office for an additional 25 of our 20/25 h.p. Chassis. We are naturally proud that the satisfaction gi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

HANDEL'S "MESSIAH." VrCTORTAN FESTIVAL CHOIR AND FULL ORCHESTRA. Conductor—J. J. BAILEY'. deader of Orchestra—J. T>. NORTH. MADAME MARY ('ONLY ■ (England's Grout Soprano). ELISE GROSHOLZ (Contralto. Queen's Hall Promenade and Crystal Palace Concerts, London). E. A. PARKER (Tenor). COLLIIiR (Bass). 6th APRIL. fil Mci's^-o/ (Reserv<*$j\/. 2/, 1/. ^.ox^p^^a, ^A1-^n' ^^ MARTIh, Hon. See. Arrol The Trouble is to Secure I— iESPITE its great output the Arrol-Johnston Factory last year was successful in IB filling only one quarter of the demand that existed. We, their Agents in ——I Australia, shared in this shortage—we could not land a fraction of the cars we could have sold. And (although a newer and larger plant has been erected), with the 1914 Models better than ever in both Quality and Price, the same conditions are imminent. We .would urge the would-be Arrol-Johnston owner to make an immediate inspection. INSPECT NEW MODELS. CATALOGUES ON REQUEST. TRIAL RUNS ARRANGED. Add...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

By Special Appointment to Their Excellences the Earl of Dudley and Lady Northcote. B. M'GUIGAN, BOOTMAKER AND CHIROPODIST. No. 8 THE CENTREVVAY. OOLLINS STREET. MELBOURNE. 'Ph^pe Cent- 8856.

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PR. J. GRAY TO MISS V. PHILLIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

PR. J. GRAY TO MISS V. PHILLIPS. The marriage of Dr. John Gray, onlv son of the Rev. John Gray, of "The Manse." Warrnambool, and Miss Vera Phillips, only daughter of Mrs. K. Rathbone Phillips, of South Yarra, was celebrated at Cairns Memorial Church, East Melbourne, on Wednesday, 25th March. The ceremony was per formed by the Rev. John Gray (father of' the bridegroom). The church was beautifully decorated with palrns, and two handsome floral arches were erected across the aisles. The seats sot aside for the guests, were tied with white flowers. The "Wedding March" and suitable music was pla-Vcd by the orp-anist- (Mr. C.. H. Moore). The bride, who was given away by Mr. II. T. Shrader. was powned in ivory Oriental satin, set with panniers of . real lace. The same beautiful lace was used for the bodice, which was inlet with a yoke of tulle, embroidered with seed pearls. The transparent sleeves were of tulle, and the lone court train, lined with shell pink satin, was fin ished with true...

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MR. W DINGEY TO MISS E. C. BARTRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

MR. W DINGEY TO MISS E. C. BARTRAM. A very pretty wi'ddintr was celebrated on Thurs day, IPth Mareh, at the Congregational Church, Richmond, when Miss Evelyn Constance Bar tram, eldest daughte- of Mr. and- Mrs. G. A. Bertram, of "Si. Paneras," Richmond, was married to Mr. Wiil:am Dingey, son of Mr. and Mi;s. J. J. Dingey, of Richmond. Th:: service was conducted by the Rev. Edward Taylor. The church had been prettily decorated by the sisters and friends of the bride, flonO. arches were rested^ in the church, and over the chancel, and the initials of the bride and bride groom placed on each side of a large wedding bell. which hunc overhead. As the bride entered the church on the arm of her father, tho organist, Mr. Arthur Cassidy, played the "Bridal March." Dur ing the signing of the register Mr. Arthur Shundr. (cousin of the bride) sang "Tho Voice That Breathed O'er Eden." The bridal party left the church to the strains of Mendelssohn's "Wedding March " The bride, who was Riven away ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

Fcr INFANTS & INVALIDS. Admirably adapted to the wants of Infants." —Sir Chas. A. Cameron, C.B„ MD, A Mothe/c Testimony: Mrs. J. Kain, 6, Rockingham Road. Don caster, writesDOCTOR ADVISED ME TO GIVE MY TWIN BOYS OF SIX WEEKS OLD YOUR NEAVE'S FOOD. I have reason to be grateful to my Doctor for his advice, because I have never lost a night's rest with any of my children, and they have cut their teeth without any trouble. Your Food also does away with all need of medicine and castor oil"—22nd August, 1912. British Medical Journal: "Well adapted for the use of children and aged people ..... much used by mothers nursing and by invalids." Has for many years bann used In the Russian Imperial Family. Nearly 00 Years' Deputation. GOLD MEDALS London, 1800 & 1000, also Parts. NEAVE'S. MILK FOOD. FOR THOSE REQUIRING A STARCHLESS MILK FOOD FOR BABIES FROM BIRTH, INSTANTLY PREPARED BY ADDING HOT WATER ONLY, & NOT NEEDING THE ADDITION OF MILK. ETC. Dr.—, D.SC., M.D., D.P.H....

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MR. G. P. PEACE TO MISS DAISY CLEMENS. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

Mtt. G. P. PEACE TO MISS DAISY CLEMENS. The marriage of Mr. George P. Peace, elder son of Mr. -ind Mrs. G. T. Peace, of Richmond, to Miss Daisy Clemens, elder daughter of Rev. and Mrs. F. Clemens, of "The Manse," Richmond, was celebrated at the Baptist Church on ISth February. The ceremony was conducted by the Rev. F. Cle mens (father of bride), and the" bride was given away by her brother, Mr. F. Clemens. The brides maids were Miss Irene Clemens (sister of bride) and Miss Lilian Good. Mr. Rupert Shave acted as best man and Mr. Bert Thomas was groomsman. After the ceremony wedding tea was held at Sargent's Cafe, Elizabeth-street. The honeymoon was spent at Cowes. Mr. and Mrs. Peace will reside at "Pendeen," Ryeburne Avenue, Auburn. The Bookmakers' Association of Victoria for warded to th>: secretary of the Children's Hospital a cheque for .£30, being an annual payment for the maintenance of a cot in the hospital in the name of the association. The members of the Melbourne Total A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

J. C. WILLIAMSON Ltd MELBOURNE ATTRACTIONS. Her Majesty's Theatre. "REVITE" MEANS "BE MERRY." J. C. WILLIAMSON LTD. Invites the entire population of Melbourne to COME OVER HERE And bo merry at , HER MAJESTY'S EfVERY' EVENING, at 7.45. The Booking—Box plan at Allan's. D.C. and R.S., 6/. A lip : Book at once. The public will be tumbling over one another to get in. Theatre Royal. AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT. TO-NIGHT TO-NIGHT. . At 8. Return of th.5 popular "WITHIN THE LAW" COM PANY, including MURIEL STARR, LINCOLN PLUMER, MARY WORTH. E. W. MORRISON, ERIC MAXON. in the first production in Australia of 11 MADAME X." Box plan at Allan's. D.C. and R.S., 6/ ; Stalls, 4/; Gallery, 2/. ; Prince©©9© Theatre. Sole Proprietors ... GEORGE WILLOUGHBY LTD. Direction FAULKNER- SMITH. GOOD FRIDAY NIGHT (10th APRIL). Popular SHuiicai Festival. Reappearance of the Celebrated English Tenor, PHILIP NEWBURY. PHILIP NEWBURY. And MADAME MAGGIE STIRLING, MADAME MARIE TURNER, MISS WYNNE MACOBOY, MISS ROSA ALBA...

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Bowls. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

Bowls. By ^Boomerang." The Kangaroo four, represented by Messrs. Mair, James, Robins, and invi.i, have iuid a remarkable run in the Canterbury Electric Light Rink Tourney, helcl annually. Out of six entries, they have been in the fiDal four Ave times. This year they had the misfortune to strike some rough material from the North Fitzroy Club, and had to be content with minor honours. The S.M.C'.C. lady bowlers are no "mugs" at bowls. The Kangaroos engaged them (four rinks) in mortal- combat on Thursday last by electric light, and the ladies scored 78 to 57. The S M.C.O. ladies entertained the 'Roos of both sexes at 9 o'clock tea (great Scott !) after which there was a little speechifying on the part of Mr. D. Mair and Mrs. E. D. Heather. Great social functions these, 'when the busy day is o'er, and the sun is sunken low'r." New South Wales is sending a goodish team to Brisbane to contest the State supremacy. The line of skippers id a good one, though one or two names, notably Moses,...

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INTERESTING PEOPLE IN "COME OVER HERE", Now Being produced at Her Majesty's Theatre, Melbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

INTERESTING PEOPLE IN "COME OVER HERE", ^ Melbourne. MISS MLLIE BAILEY, Who leads the Soldiers' Parade. MOTHS, IN THE SPIDER'S WEB DANCE FEA\TF"f TENNIS GIIiLS^ "RAOrTIMERS." THE ROWING GIRLS. PERSIAN BALLET ' DANGER. Latest evidence of the enterprise of the Panama-Pacific .International Exposition Com missioners is the arrival in Melbourne of a lecturer—an old Melbourni.xn, with ten years' eXDm-ionon ~t — - ~ experience of the Western ' Slope. Equipped with the most remarkable set of lantern slides that has been seen in this city, and. gifted with remarkable power of aiijecti'val expression, ls Ro-ahtart young man luis aoout con vincing the people of Australia that the Dxpo sition will be a -paradisaical place of coruscat ing loveliness. The 'A.N.A. can learn many points from Americans regarding the running of exhibitions. San Francisco has given over a huge building to be exhibition headquarters. It has filled it from basement to skyscrape roof with clerks, .artists, architects, e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

Trailers jiBnounccment. I have room for 6 Greyhounds in. mv kcunc.s. Cleanliness, comfort, and space guaranteed. Modern charges, and expenses travelling- to meetings, etc., eci'ially charged, old patrans or oev/ alike. My ability either on open or enclosures wants no self praise : refer to experienced coursers. Apply H. FRANKLIN. 401 Darling St., Ballarat, Vie. ELMORE COURSING CLUB. APPLICATIONS are invited for the position of JUDGE to above Club for 1014 season. Dates of meetings : 2uth May, 17th June, 8th and 9th July, 19th August, and 9th September. Applications returnable WEDNESDAY1, 8th APRIL. STAN. L. BUTCHER, Hon. See. F0I1 «§illL£Ea ONE BLUE DOG PUP, 15 months old. Guaranteed untried, as I have no time to train, and ov«?r distemper and well crown. Py LTON HEART (N.S.W.)—ADA SCOTT. Price, £10/10/. Apply ALP GLASSON, Bacchus Marsh., FOR SALIC.—ONE LIGHT FAWN" DOG (Dec. '12) by Balgowan—Loekano by Cocur de Lion—Solution II., dam of Short Step, winner at Geelong : never seen a h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

Owing to the Easter Holidays "Punch" will be published next Week on Wednesday.

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COURSING FIXATURES FOR 1914 (INCOMPLETE). APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

COURSING FIXATURES FOIt 1914 (INCOMPLETE). APltlL. 1—Essendon 10, 11—Inverleiprh 21—Woodstock 22—:Ballan 22—Swan Hill 22—Essendon 22—TJ nr Rh nm 22— Beulah 27—Werribee 29—Ryneton 29—Minyip 29—Hopetoun 29—Jcparit MAY. 6—Melton 6—Ballarat ©—'Lake Bolac • 6—Birchip 6—L albert 0—Nhill 6—Sheep HIIIb (5, 7—Maryborough 6, 7—Swan Hill 9—tFootscray 13—Romsey 13—Quiimbatook 13—St. Ainaud 13—Dirnboola 13—Lake Bolac 13—Sliepparton 13, l4^-Bendie:o 13, 14—Werribee 14—Watehem 14—Wycheproof 15, 16—Inverlelch 19—Woodstock 20—Kerantr •20—Kynetoii 20—Elmore 20—Ballan 20—Stawell 20—Rainbow 2fi—Horsham 20— Warracknabeal 20, 21—Creswick 20, 21—Donald 21—Berriwillock 23—Mansfield 23—Kilmore 27—Essendon 27—Cope CoP'i 27—Lalbert 27—Maldon 27—Ararat 27—Bculah 27—Rupanyup 27—Jcparit 27—Mlnyip 27—Tfttura 27, 28—Charlton 28, 29—V.C.C. (Derby & Oaks Meeting) 29—St. James 30—Marnoo

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MILITARY TATOO AND GARDEN FETE, Held at Queen's Park, Moonee Ponds, on Saturday, 28th March. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

MILITARY TATOO AND GARDEN FETE, ™ - w . mmm. ■" i .im/fl35WWS8H8BSB9SSBBIaB'iia£i !■ Bi ARRIVAL OF THE GOVERNOR AND LADY STANLEY. ' yi! v'jgjfiMiTir'yiV.fA BSUggf t&lj •„..^:jjfe«agwaaw WWW r, --. - .... — IN CHARGE OF THE SWEETS STALL. I.—I M..'w«...«.»iwKuii«»mN'.iH'Bi.ji.ww.'Mti»i'ijv , ikMXi', AT THE BACHELORS1 STALL. IN CHARGE AT THE POST OFFICE. WATCHING THE SPORTS. „ e* -■JJUt.mumwgMUilllMi "I.Ll HON. W. A. WATT, PREMIER OF VICTORIA, ADDRESSING THE ASSEMBLAGE. Miss Daisy Jerome, the vaudeville star of "Come Over Here," is provided with a private detective at the Williamson firm's expense. At any rate, the firm's press agent says so, and everybody knows that the paragraph writers for theatrical enterprises are doubly sworn with a fearful oath to tell truth, all truth, and no thing but. Miss .Jerome's private dclective is engaged to keep thieves plT the grass. The actress carries such a dead weight of diamonds around with her that she is a mass of provo cation to thieve...

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WHERE TO SPEND EASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

WHERE TO SPEND EASTER. Judging by the number of enquirers to be seen oil a visit to the Melbourne office of the Tasma nian Government., one cannot fail to Rather that th,_. enterprise of the Railway Department in open ing the bureau has already borne fruit; and enquiry fit the offices of the steamers running to Tasmania disclosed the fact that an unprecedented Christ mas business is being followed by a record Easter. This is scarcely to be wondered at, for the Island Sl'ite has attractions to offer that are net met with elsewhere. Nature has endowed Tasmania with two threat atstts—beauty of scene, and the best of climates: and it is beginning to be realised that A'.ril is, under average weather conditions, prob ably ths I'est month of the year there. The morn ings and evenings are bracing, whilst in the middle of the day the sun is just pleasantly warm. Under the excursions arranged jointly by the Tasmanian Oovernmsnt and the steamer companies all classes of excursionists ate catere...

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U S.S. COMPANY'S NEW VENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Punch — 2 April 1914

U S.S. COMPANY'S NEW VENTURE. On .1st May next the Grand Pacific Hotel, built and equipped by the Union Steam Ship Co., will be opened in Suva, Fiji. Mr. C. Lugon will have, the management. The hotel stands in four acn>s of ground, amidst picturesque surroundings, the harbour frontage, it is arranged on the Tr/<Qt"y modern lines, as far as sanitation, ventilation!1 lighting' and furninhing are eoncerned, special left- ^ tures being large airy rooms, spacious balconJcs^1; and roof garden. There will be accommodation foc^ sixty guests, and the dining saloon will seat 120^ PARADE OF BATHING COSTUMES AT THE TIVOLI TANGO TEAS. people. Lighted throughout by electricity, with hot and cold baths, laundry, refrigerating plant, and even a barber's shop. Nothing seems to have been overlooked. This splendid hotel has been buili; by the Union Co. for their patrons, and will be maintained at the hisrh standard which this weli-known and popular service is noted for. It is to be hoped...

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